Worulddǣl

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Worulddǣlas sind þā mǣstan land on þǣre worulde. Be sōðe tǣcneþ worulddǣl ǣnig dǣl þǣre worulde, ac þæt word is gebrocen hēr tō hātenna þā seofon (rihtor seoxe) mǣstra landa on þǣre worulde. Hī sind Asia, Affrica, Norðerne Wīnland, Sūðerne Wīnland, se Andnorða, Europe, and Sūþland. Europe is sōþlīce arm Asie, and for þǣm mæg man hī ætgædere "Eurasia" hātaþ.

Tō bēacnienne þæt man wille be ānum þisra landa sprecan, mæg man "hēafodlic" tō geīhtnesse brūcan, tō bisene: Hēafodlic worulddǣl.

Rīm þāra Worulddǣla[adihtan]

In gēardagum segede man þe þēos woruld wæs in þrim dǣlum bedǣled - þæt is Europe, Asia and Affrica[1]. Þis wæs ǣr westerne menn afundon American and Australie and Antarctican.

Nū mōt man secgan þe siex worulddǣlas hæfþ þēos woruld oþþe seofon gif America biþ twegen; ēac sægþ man þe þǣr sīen fēower, fīf, siex oððe seofon:

Models
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Color-coded map showing the various continents. Similar shades exhibit areas that may be consolidated or subdivided.
7 worulddǣlas
[2][3][4][5][6]
    Norþamerica
    Sūðamerica
    Antarctica
    Affrica
    Europe
    Asia
    Australia
6 continents
[3][7]
    Norþamerica
    Sūðamerica
    Antarctica
    Affrica
       Eurasia
    Australia
6 continents
[8][9]
       America
    Antarctica
    Affrica
    Europe
    Asia
    Australia
5 continents
[7][8][9]
       America
    Antarctica
    Affrica
       Eurasia
    Australia
4 continents
[7][8][9]
       America
    Antarctica
          Affriceurasia
    Australia

Frumn[adihtan]

  1. Swā sægþ Orosius
  2. World, National Geographic - Xpeditions Atlas. 2006. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Continent". Encyclopædia Britannica. 2006. Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
  4. The New Oxford Dictionary of English. 2001. New York: Oxford University Press.
  5. "Continent". MSN Encarta Online Encyclopedia 2006.. Archived 2009-10-31.
  6. "Continent". McArthur, Tom, ed. 1992. The Oxford Companion to the English Language. New York: Oxford University Press; p. 260.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 "Continent". The Columbia Encyclopedia. 2001. New York: Columbia University Press - Bartleby.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Océano Uno, Diccionario Enciclopédico y Atlas Mundial, "Continente", page 392, 1730. ISBN 84-494-0188-7
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Los Cinco Continentes (The Five Continents), Planeta-De Agostini Editions, 1997. ISBN 84-395-6054-0